Bobby Farrelly News
12:43 PM 9/24/2013 by Jeff Giles
During the height of Beavis & Butt-Head's popularity in the early '90s, David Letterman gave an interview wherein he extolled the simple joys of coming home, turning on the TV, and being afforded the simple comfort of knowing that no matter how complicated or confusing the world got, the snigger animated duo would still be stupid.
4:09 PM 6/10/2013 by Jeff Giles
Ever wanted to own the distribution rights to a Farrelly brothers movie? Now's your chance: Warner Bros., apparently feeling dumb enough already, has decided to pass on the on-again, off-again, on-yet-again Dumb and Dumber sequel.
3:09 PM 3/14/2013 by Binh Ngo
Last we heard, the Dumb and Dumber sequel was going to shoot sometime this summer after Jeff Daniels is done with his obligations for HBO's The Newsroom, but that's no longer the case. Production has been put off until next year.
comingsoon.net – Though the title has been rumored for some time, Peter Farrelly and Bobby Farrelly have confirmed, via their Twitter feed, that their upcoming Dumb & Dumber sequel is officially titled Dumb & Dumber To . 1 year 10 weeks ago via brucelee
moviesblog.mtv.com – When Jeff Daniels told MTV News that "Dumb and Dumber To," the sequel to his 1994 comedy, would never happen without Jim Carrey, we feared that it may mean the end for the project. Carrey abruptly left the follow-up this week due to disputes with New Line and Warner Bros. 1 year 24 weeks ago via donnieyen
cinemablend.com – Daniels has confirmed what we all pretty much expected: without Carrey, there is no movie. MTV caught him on the red carpet in advance of the premiere of his new HBO series The Newsroom, and Daniels said it simply: "No, nobody's doing it without Jim." 1 year 24 weeks ago via theothersenhman
Posted May 8th, 2012 by Binh Ngo
A 7-year-old girl sent a postcard to Santa asking for him to bring her toys. She misspelled Santa's name and the postcard is delivered to Satan instead.
fb.indiewire.com – At this juncture, it's probably best to cease judging promotional content from the Farrelly Brothers' “The Three Stooges” as something from a legitimate feature, and instead to look at the six clips released as simply an avant-garde film series. Picture Steve McQueen trying his hand at comedy, and you'll get a better grasp on the shocking lack of laughs on show. 1 year 35 weeks ago via jackiechan